MLS WRAP – Week 10: NYRB get late equaliser, Philadelphia go top in East, Galaxy win again

MLS Week 10 action saw LA Galaxy extend their lead in the West as second-year club Philadelphia Union moved to the top in the East.
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MLS Week 10 action saw LA Galaxy extend their lead in the West as second-year club Philadelphia Union moved to the top in the East.

The Galaxy moved five points clear of last season’s runners-up FC Dallas with a 1-0 away win over Los Angeles rivals Chivas USA courtesy of Chad Barrett’s 26th minute goal as the Union beat Chicago Fire 2-1 at home to replace New York Red Bulls at the summit of the East.

The Red Bulls were lucky to score late at Houston Dynamo to force a 2-2 draw as Seattle Sounders also got a late goal to help them to a 1-0 home victory over Sporting Kansas City.

San Jose Earthquakes held off New England Revolution to win 2-1 at home with all three goals coming in a frantic final 20 minutes whilst Portland Timbers stretched their perfect home run to five wins from five games with a 1-0 result over Columbus Crew.

To wrap up the week’s soccer, FC Dallas and Real Salt Lake played out a scoreless draw in Texas as did Colorado Rapids and Toronto FC in Commerce City.

2011 MLS season – Week 10 scores

Philadelphia Union: 2 (Michael Farfan 64’, Carlos Ruiz 75’)
Chicago Fire: 1 (Dominic Oduro 67’)
PPL Park, Chester, PA – 18,372

Houston Dynamo: 2 (Brad Davis 12’, Koke 82’)
New York Red Bulls: 2 (Dane Richards 1’, Mehdi Ballouchy 90+1’)
Robertson Stadium, Houston, TX – 25,314

Seattle Sounders: 1 (Jeff Parke 90+3’)
Sporting Kansas City: 0
Qwest Field, Seattle, WA – 36,098

Chivas USA: 0
LA Galaxy: 1 (Chad Barrett 26’)
The Home Depot Center, Carson, CA – 27,000

San Jose Earthquakes: 2 (Ellis McLoughlin 71’, Bobby Convey 83’)
New England Revolution: 1 (Chris Tierney 86’)
Buck Shaw Stadium, Santa Clara, CA – 9,736

Portland Timbers: 1 (Eric Brunner 46’)
Columbus Crew: 0
JELD-WEN Field, Portland, OR – 18,627

Colorado Rapids: 0
Toronto FC: 0
Dick’s Sporting Goods Park, Commerce City, CO – 13,598

FC Dallas: 0
Real Salt Lake: 0
Pizza Hut Park, Frisco, TX – 10,550

 
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